Teva Tip 7 - Pepper and Cinnamon for Your Feet
Red pepper and cinnamon can be very special treats for your feet this winter.
Red pepper is a sure-fire way to keep your feet from getting cold the next time you're hiking through the snow or sitting in a cold football stadium. To use, take a teaspoon of pepper and put it in each sock. Be sure it the pepper is distributed evenly across the bottom of each sock. Put the socks on and say goodbye to cold feet.
Athlete's foot is an itchy rash that affects a lot of people, not just athletes. It is caused by bacteria that love to grow in dark, damp places – kind
of like mushrooms. Normally, athlete's foot is little more than an inconvenience. On the other hand, should you be on an extended hike and contract it, then you can have real problems.
The more you walk and the more your feet sweat the worse the chafing.
There are a number of medications that you can purchase over the counter to treat athlete's foot successfully. However, you might want to try a natural
remedy that you can pick up right off the spice rack at the nearest supermarket – cinnamon. Just sprinkle it on affected areas. It stings slightly but works effectively.
The itching stops after a day and the rash clears within three days.
Treat your feet nicely and enjoy this Teva Tip.